Supporters send in their first memories of Huddersfield Town
- Do you remember your first Huddersfield Town match?
- Supporters send their memories into Town’s social media channels
- See if your first Huddersfield Town match was included
With football currently suspended, we thought we’d look back at supporters’ first memories of watching Huddersfield Town!
We all fondly remember our first match… walking to the ground, into the stands, watching the players come out onto the pitch and being part of that amazing atmosphere.
See if yours was included!
This was my first one back in 1995! The legend that is Darren Bullock on the double. I was only 7 years old at the time. Me and my dad would be season ticket holders 2 years later, and still are to this day!!! ⚽️⚽️⚽️🟦⬜️🟦🐂🐂🐂 https://t.co/u90DkA1ELX— James Robinson (@JRTerrier24) May 12, 2020
Remember at Leeds road running up the back of the main stand tripped smacked my head on the stone step and split it open! Had to go round the pitch with my mum to St. John’s ambulance while behind the goal iffy bangs one in cheering & crying! didn’t go hospital till end of game— Sarah Jones (@sarahhtfc) May 12, 2020
Being lifted over the turnstiles of the Cowshed. Man City at home, FA Cup 1988. We drew 2-2.— Andy Walker (@Big_Mr_Walker) May 12, 2020
31st March 1986 Barnsley 1 town 3 Duncan Shearer full debut and hatrick - hooked ever since!!— DS!! (@daveswithy) May 12, 2020
February 1985, home v Crystal Palace, gorgeous sunny day, won 2-0, (Lillis, Wilson), attendance 5678, Prince 1999 was playing over the tannoy as I set foot on the terrace, I think it cost me £1.30 to get in. Good times. #utt #htafc #mightyterriers 💙⚽️💙— Karen R (@korfqueen) May 12, 2020
At home against Sheffield United, September 1980. My eldest brother wanted to go for his 10th birthday. I was only 6 and still remember the noise now— Will Boyes (@willboyes) May 12, 2020
3-0 v Brentford in 1980 Robins, Stanton and Kindon the scorers. I viewed it from the iconic original cowshed 🔵⚪️🔵— Mark Harrison (@MarkHarrison15) May 12, 2020
October 1963, Town 2, Leyton Orient 1. Mesmerised by Ray Wood tipping corner after corner over the bar. Awestruck by Ray Wilson and Mike O'Grady down the left. Hooked forever...— John Wilson (@johnwillie) May 13, 2020
Running up and down the terrace at Old Leeds road when my dad used to take me too the games when I was very young.— Andy Firth (@firth09) May 12, 2020
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